Tech Data UK is helping and encouraging resellers to get themselves and their customers up to speed on the new rules governing the automatic enrolment of staff in pension schemes by taking a special Sage e-learning course on the subject.
Designed to help businesses understand the main steps that need to be taken, the course will help resellers and businesses get to grips with workplace pension reform and implementing auto enrolment in their business.
The online course can be taken anytime, anywhere – all that’s needed is access to a PC that’s connected to the Internet.
• Introduction to Automatic Enrolment & Workplace Pensions
• When do you need to start
• The seven steps to prepare for Automatic Enrolment
• Postponements, reviews, opt outs and re-enrolment
• The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and keeping records
• Test your Automatic Enrolment knowledge with an online quiz
The course costs £40.00 plus VAT.
Tech Data offers Sage’s leading range of small business accounting and payroll solutions via TD Activate-here – its online electronic software distribution (ESD) service that makes it simple for SMB resellers, e-tailers and retailers to offer a full and up-to-date choice of top selling software packages to their customers.
The Sage Instant Accounts and Payroll, Sage 50 Payroll and Sage 50 Accounts ranges are all available on the popular system, which resellers and retailers can use to order software products for immediate download and activation by the customer.
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Tech Data has signed a distribution agreement with Kanex- the leading supplier of innovative mobile connectivity and power solution for Apple and many others.
From immediate effect they have added to the company’s comprehensive range of adapters, cables, accessories and power solutions.
Kanex has a reputation for offering well-designed, real-life solutions with quality, function and craftsmanship. The company is a committed player in consumer electronics and designs and develops innovative, productivity-enhancing solutions that consumers can use at home, on the go, at school, in the car and at work.
Kanex recently announced the launch of two new Thunderbolt adapters – a Thunderbolt-to-eSATA plus USB 3.0, and a Thunderbolt-to-Gigabit Ethernet plus USB 3.0. Another recent addition is the GoPower Pack™, which features two universal USB ports and will deliver multiple charges to Apple iPhones and other smartphones. It comes with a slide-out stand that makes it easy to use the phone while charging it up. Smart power management detects the voltage of each device to provide appropriate power output while high-efficiency circuitry decreases power waste.
Darren Tobin, International Sales Director for Kanex, stated:
“This agreement with Tech Data will give Kanex extended reach into the UK market and we’ll be working with the distributor to maximise availability and opportunities for retailers and webstores with Kanex solutions.”
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